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and samsung continues today in a san jose courtroom. the two companies are fighting over patent and trademark infringement on several fronts. now, the hearing today could lead to a new ban on samsung products being sold here in the u.s. apple claims that 19 of samsung's devices, including the galaxy and note products, use eight apple patents and it's not being expected -- compensated. similar battles are being fought across europe. >>> sales in china may be down for kfc. this is after the chinese government started to support them with poultry. it expects a 6% drop in revenue in same sales stores there. sales in china had been expanding. >>> mcdonald's is expanding its test of a new menu tie tell. they could be adding mighty wings to its chicken offerings. they were tested successfully in atlanta and now chicago will get to try them. one thing that could keep them from going national is the increasing cost of wings. the prices have gone up on wings. >>> mcdonald's changing its name but only in australia. and only temporarily. the people of call it macs. it's in honor of australia day. [inaudi
generation smartphones. but sales figures say it's fallen behind samsung. possibly even lg worldwide. meanwhile, a federal judge says apple's ceo tim cook will have to testify about allegations apple entered a secret agreement with other tech companies not to steal each other's employees some years ago. this morning the former head of palm told reuterses that then-apple ceo steve jobs actually threatened to hit palm with expensive patent suits if it kept hiring apple executives. it's easy to forget it wasn't that long ago palm actually worried apple. they were very early to smartphones and nabbed a number of very talented apple leaders. back to you. >> scott mcgrew, thank you very much. >> thank you. >>> first came the fire and then the ice. >> that's right. this is what the weather caused. a chicago warehouse gutted by flames now just looks like an ice castle. it was so cold when firefighters were dousing the abandoned warehouse with water and it turned into ice instantly. this happened last night in chicago. a five-alarm fire ripping through the building. temperatures dipping to a
is on this commission, samsung. i tell you something, whether or not this will get punched through it depends how much the white house is following along with the president's inaugural speech saying that he really does want climate change as a priority. now we've got jay carney the day after the speech saying you know what? climate change may not be a singular priority. take a listen to jay carney? >> you know, it is an important issue. it's a priority but there, it is not a singular priority. it is one of a host of priorities that he believes we can act on if we work together. >> okay. sound like that is kind of getting bury ad little. getting back to the 14 trillion figure, which may be 12 trillion, whatever it is. lori: how did they come to that figure. >> it is above and beyond what they are spending now. the world economy could easily handle $700 billion a year. preempt hurricanes like hurricane sandy. you know whether that can happen remains to be seen. who will foot the bill? maybe investors and taxpayers. melissa: they argue a lot of private funding has to be involved. until it is profitable t
are against samsung and apple are in a world of hurt. stuart: we are going to follow your tweets and put them on a banner at the bottom of the screen. you are never away from the job. you will be on "varney and company" constantly. lucky you. >> inside the event tweeting. stuart: good to see you. another good news/bad news scenario for your money. the good news is the market hitting record levels and more of you are investing in it. the bad news, more baby boomers are taking care of their adult children and their own elderly parents at the same time and draining their 401(k)s to pay the bills. we have more on what we will call the sandwich generation at the top of the hour. let's see where chesapeake energy is trading? charles always says watch stock when the ceo stepped down. the ceo stepped down at chesapeake. where is the stock? nicole: charles is right on the money at this one. so many stocks, it is up 10% today. the question was whether or not he and the board had different psychological abuse for the company. now it seems unanimous that they will not sell off the company, at least asset
truth of the smartphone market. the only companies that make any money are apple and samsung. microsoft, sony and google's own motorola, are they stepping up this year? >> they have to step up. otherwise there might not be anything left in the market for them to take next year. if you look at when steve jobs introduced first iphone, in 2007, he said we think we're five years ahead of the competition. now it is five years later and the entire market has changed. the era of the pc, the desktop pc you have at home, even the laptop computer has really changed people's usage moves to smartphones and tablets and other mobile devices. because apple and samsung are the only companies making serious money in those arenas, they're in control of the market, how the market looks. so microsoft has been furiously racing to catch up. windows 8 has changed, designed for pcs with touch screens. they have windows rt on their own surface tablet. relaunched windows phone 8. and those have to pay off for microsoft this year so it can become a player in the race on par with apple and samsung mobile. >> let's
. and then companies like apple and samsung came in with fancy touch screen devices and took over the market. research in motion or blackberry as you mentioned has 4%. they had to get back in the game. touch screen is the way to go at least initially bill. >> shepard: you can have your personal stuff on one side of this and the work stuff on the other side. >> trying to collect everything. people have personal phone and then a work phone. this exactly this what my life is like too. they can't see each other. you can have g mail and personal account or work account on the same phone and nobody can cross over to the other side. it is meant to make your life easier. and that was what the intention of blackberry to begin with was all about. remember it came out with the blue berry. it was only email and then blackberry. this company started this category. created this category. then lost its way. it's trying to find its way back again. >> shepard: we will see. do it twice, that would be fascinating. thanks shibani. thousands of dollars hidden inside art gallery. he stashed a personal check 12,000 todd's d
to battle against samsung and apples of the world. >> would you buy it at $28 a share? >> we prefer to wait. i have a neutral on the side right now. >> yun kim, thank you. >> thank you. >> michael far, president of far, marshall and washington. >> thank you. >> we were talking earlier and it hasn't rewarded you for a long time. >> it hasn't rewarded us. >> why do you hold it. >> let's look at numbers on microsoft. expecting 75 sent for the quarter with be that turns into about three bucks for the year. on a $27 stock microsoft is trading around nine times this year's estimates. 5.60 sint cents in cash and 3% yield. this is a stock with a lost cash, a lot of flexibility, good model and yes, we've had trouble with pcs. and because in terms of a pc cycle, it has been somewhat elong gated bay shift to the tablets. people are buying tablets. with a mature, very nice safe company, sooner or later, i this i they get it right. but you get paid to wait. >> but you've been waiting a long time, michael. i hear you nibbling at the value. you talk about the cash on hand and pe ratio. but the truth is, v
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of consumers. you can tell samsung is the giant of this industry by the sheer scale of its enormous stand, which has taken a whole month to build. it shows off its dominance in everything from smartphones where it is the global market leader to smart fridges. but of course, it's televisions where the giants of this industry try to show their appliances. the screens get bigger every year. this one is 110 inches across. but samsung has another trick, a 3-d screen which can show two different programs at the same time. the screen appears blurred, but look through the glasses and it becomes clear. >> it's all about screens, smartphones and how you connect them all together. >> reporter: and the car industry has brought lots of new ideas to vegas. this lexus research vehicle effectively drives itself. sensors judge when it's getting too close to other cars and apply the brakes. you don't see a day when i'll be able to sit in the back seat and let the car do the work? >> i would prefer you didn't do that. i would prefer you drove and the car made you a better driver. >> reporter: some of the ga
, and there are increasingly ways that this is a remote control for our daily lives. look at samsung's washing machines or at harmon's cars where they use a smartphone to enhance the experience. >> it is remote controlled and enabling a network in the car. if you're using at&t or verizon or sprint, you'll have to change -- you won't have to change. you'll connect. you make the car a hot spot and use your same program. you don't have to subscribe to a program for car and program for your phone. we make cars so that they will work with any phone, whether it's a motorola, samsung, or nokia or apple, and any provider. >> the reason that is possible is because smartphone penetration in the u.s. is up near 50% with android and the iphone as the main drivers of that. expect that to be a trend that we see for the next couple of years now that manufacturers know there's probably a smartphone in your pocket. all the gadgets around you can do that much more. >> john ford there. >>> ubs' former chief executive and the current head of the investment bank are among the ubs executives testifieding today before the br
. one of the companies we assisted with samsung. gobiz convinced samsung to place their research and development here in california. we also leveled the field of internet sales taxes, paving the way for over 1000 new jobs. this year we should change the job hiring credit. we also need to rethink and streamline regulatory procedures tweet particularly beef environmental policy act. -- regulatory procedures. particularly the environmental policy act. [applause] host: gov. jerry brown of california. what is the big headline out of california? guest: the headline is definitely the improved situation. what california is the improved major tax increases -- they approved major tax increases which helped them deal with the immediate problems. as you see there are questions about how ambitious california can or should be in the year ahead. governor brown definitely has a major plans including a high- speed rail system from northern california to southern california. that is good to take a lot of money and a lot of years to build. he has also been preaching caution to the legislature. cali
own breakthrough product. and with competitors like samsung setting their own sales records, cook now face his real test of leadership. dan simon, cnn, san francisco. >>> that does it for me. poppy harlow is next in the "cnn newsroom." take it away. >>> it's one of the most controversial issues in america. and why this hour president obama announces his plan on immigration reform. i'm poppy harlow. roll it. >>> death defying and terrifying. why a tragic accident at the x games is raising eyebrows about the sport of extremes. >>> plus -- >> this 13-hour procedure was performed by a team of 16 plastic orthopedic and microvascular surgeons. >> a war vet becomes the seventh person in the country to have his arms replaced. >>> and hillary clinton's exit interview. this hour, cnn sits down with america's top diplomat and her final days as secretary of state. >>> hi, everyone. a dramatic report out of miami is focusing new attention on baseball. and that sport's ongoing battle against performance enhancing drugs. this in the news again. the miami new times newspaper has published the names o
phone and samsung's whole line of smartphones. president obama with a blackberry is more an exception. his daughters and their iphones are now the rule. for many holdouts, the attraction of the old blackberry was the keypad. they have been reluctant to give it up for touchscreens. in nbc news, this are plenty of holdouts. this is the nerve center of "nightly news." a blackberry there. one puns with an iphone in the corner. the anchor and managing editor, he uses both. >> i would like to, like the reese's peanut butter commercial, combine these two devices. >> reporter: turns out using both isn't uncommon. >> i use both of them interchangeably. sometimes a matter of which one i can find in my purse. >> reporter: nbc luck russert found a lot of dual users on capitol hill. >> reporter: how long have you had your blackberry? >> probably 10 years an iphone about five. >> reporter: why do you hold on to both of them? >> the iphone personal and blackberry for work because the iphone can't handle a high volume of e-mail when it's time sensitive. >> reporter: blackberry says it has the solution, the same rel
. reports show apple's phone has been losing grounds to samsung and other rivals in the smartphone market. >>> later this morning, governor brown will be at san jose state university. the school is holding an event to announce an online education partnership. they will be working together to develop a pilot program to offer online courses. more details will be unveiled at 10:00. >>> now we know the reason 13 people became sick at the hilton hotel in san jose on sunday. hotel officials say pepper spray caused some of the guests on the 18th floor to get sick. they complained of throat and eye irritation. no one had to be hospitalized. an investigation continues. >>> we want to check in with sal again. >> there's a new crash 880 southbound at 23rd. that crash is making traffic slow on the nim mit the -- nimitz freeway. you can see the traffic is very slow heading down there. at least one lane is blocked. if you are trying to get to the oakland airport, i think or driving south on 880, i think you should give yourself plenty of extra time because of that crash. it gets better immediately. als
coffee for your keurig brewer. brew a better day. with the samsung galaxy ii from straight talk wireless. he'll get the same nationwide coverage for half the cost. let's see if he notices. of course. joe saved $950 a year, enough to buy some sweet pyro. straight talk wireless. same phones. same networks. half the cost. so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing s spo, even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely... looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. >>> right then, here's "the play of the day." >>> really, the ride of his life. we showed you the picture yesterday. veteran surfer garrett mcnamara. riding a wave thought to be 100 feet. he's going 60 miles an hour. he's waiting for the wave's height to be certified. if it holds, he'll is broken his own record. take a listen. >> the
and aroma. green mountain coffee for your keurig brewer. brew a better day. with the samsung galaxy ii from straight talk wireless. he'll get the same nationwide coverage for half the cost. let's see if he notices. of course. joe saved $950 a year, enough to buy some sweet pyro. straight talk wireless. same phones. same networks. half the cost. we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. >>> right then, here's "the play of the day." >>> really, the ride of his life. we showed you the picture yesterday. veteran surfer garrett mcnamara. riding a wave thought to be 100 feet. he's going 60 miles an hour. he's waiting for the wave's height to be certified. if it holds, he'll is broken his own record. take a listen. >> the ride pits was fun and -- exhilarate exhilarateling. it took a long time to get to the bottom. there's a lot more power and speed and it's more challenging to stay on the board. i was going so fast i could barely stay on th
-- directly assisted more than 5,000 companies this past year. one of those companies was samsung semiconductor inc. headquartered in korea. working with the city of san jose and santa clara county, gobiz persuaded samsung to locate their only research and development facility in the world here in california. the new facility in san jose will place at least 2,500 people in high skill, high wage jobs. we also leveled the field on internet sales taxes, paving the way for over 1,000 new jobs at new amazon distribution centers in patterson and san bernardino and now tracy. this year, we should change both the enterprise zone program and the jobs hiring credit. they aren't working. we also need to rethink and streamline our regulatory procedures, particularly the california environmental quality act. our approach needs to be based more on consistent standards that provide greater certainty and cut needless delays. [applause] california's exports are booming and our place in the world economy has never been stronger. our ties with the people's republic of china in particular are deep --
and if they are going to sue as apple did recently with samsung accusing it of violating a patents they expect to use the u.s. legal system even though they don't have employment here or anything but coke and employment. and as we were thinking about, why should the u.s. and the u.s. being the u.s. taxpayer basically, underwrite a legal system for the benefit of corporate america if it is not doing any serious employment in this country? >> host: let's start with some facebook comments. this is from tina. tina put on our facebook page money and politics is our biggest threat to an equitable representation in our government. what does your research revealed as far as this issue is concerned? >> guest: absolutely right. there is widespread agreement and this is one of these things that even most parties, parts of both parties would like to get this out of it. some people would anyway. others may benefit from it. we did not explore in great detail in this last book what some of the solutions could be. we talked to people who talk about constitutional amendments to limit politics and so forth but before
recently, with samsung, accusing it of violating patents, they expect to use the u.s. legal system, even though they really don't have employment here or amount to anything other than token employment. and so one of the things we were thinking about is why should the u.s. -- and being the u.s. taxpayer, basically -- a legal system for the benefit of corporate america if it's not doing any serious employment in this country. >> host: want to start with facebook comments we received for you. this is from tina. tina says: i believe money and politics is our biggest threat to equitable representation in our government. what does your research reveal as far as this issue is concerned? >> guest: well, she is absolutely right. and i think there's widespread agreement on that. in fact it's one of these things that even both parties -- parts of both parties agree to they'd like to get this out of -- some people would, anyway. others make benefit from it. so, we did not explore in great detail in this last book what some of the solutions could be. we have talked to people -- talked about everyth
and manufacturing con toshyum of intell, ibm, samsung and global foundries. they would invest in new york to create the next generation of computer chips. and just yesterday the governor announced an additional investment of $2 billion u.s. dollars to build a technology center that will create 1,000 new jobs. [applause] these five global semiconductor leaders, these are my customers. i want to be near them and they've come to new york. with the state's new approach, new york is the right move for us too. and then i became a believer. that's why we are relocating the line's share of our operations, all of our marketing, manufacturing and headquarters to new york from arizona. [applause] we are even moving our testing lab from china to new york. [applause] we will not only manufacture our product lines, we will work to gain access to a pipeline of future employees. value tech is not receiving any loans or grants or tax credits. [applause] we are getting an environment where business can grow, an environment that has been created by all of you and especially the leadership of governor cuomo. [applause
phone -- >> soon to be samsung. >> barnicle, you've got an abacus, i've got an iphone, but there's two laptops. that's the way it's going. if facebook can't monetize that rather than that, they're going to be in trouble. you figure this out, folks, you're in good shape. >> so we've got iphones around here. does blackberry have a shot of get back? >> good job, by the way, they changed their name from research in motion officially to blackberry. their share has gone from 44% to 2. are you willing to carry around two devices? that's it. we're all locked into ecosystems. >> i see a lot of people carrying around two devices. >> that's because corporate devices give it to them. now they're allowing it all on this. i've got one device. that's their challenge. >> i want one device with one charger, one type of charger, and i want the device to not -- >> and i want one ring to rule them all. "lord of the rings" reference, mika. >> brian sullivan, thank you so much, for whatever you just did. you can catch brian on cnbc's "street signs" wednesday weekdays at 2:00 p.m. on tomorrow's show, from the academ
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